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  1. Gandhi Jayanti Short Speech for Children

  2. Mahatma Gandhi Short Biography • Mahatma Gandhi is renowned as “Bapu” or “Rastrapita” in India. His full name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi which is a must mention in your child’s Mahatma Gandhi speech. • Another point worth mentioning from the perspective of the Mahatma Gandhi speech is that he was an incredible liberty activist who guided India against British rule as a ruler of nationalism. • He was raised in Porbandar, Gujarat, India on October 2, 1869.

  3. More about Mahatma Gandhi • He died in 1948 on January 30.  • M.K. Gandhi was murdered by the Indian government’s Hindu activist, NathuramGodse, who was later hanged as a punishment. • Since 1948, the Rabindranath Tagore has granted him another title as “Martyr of the Nation.”

  4. Mahatma Gandhi Speech in English • He began the independence movement for non-violence to battle against British oppression. Many occasions he was offended but resumed his nonviolent fight for India’s independence. He entered the Indian National Congress as a representative after returning to India. He was the Indian independence movement’s excellent activist who fought hard for India’s liberty. Gandhiji began independence movements such as Non-Cooperation, Civil Disobedience and subsequently Quit India Movement as a representative of the Indian National Congress, which became a good day and helped India gain liberty.

  5. He was detained and sent to jail on many occasions as a beautiful freedom fighter, but he proceeded to fight for Indian justice against British rule. He was a reasonable belief in the non-violence and unification of individuals of all faiths that he pursued throughout his independence struggle. Mahatma Gandhi lastly succeeded in creating India an autonomous nation on August 15, 1947, after his many battles with many Indians. He was later murdered by a Hindu militant, NathuramGodse, on January 30, 1948.

  6. Speech on Mahatma Gandhi in English  • The exercise of non-violence or’ ahimsa’ is not to deliberately or unintentionally hurt anyone. It is the practice that great saints such as Gautam Buddha and Mahaveer profess. One of the pioneering people to exercise non-violence was Mahatma Gandhi. He used non-violence as a weapon in the battle against the British Empire’s military powers and assisted us to gain independence without raising a single gun.

  7. The massacre of JallianwalaBagh and the severe British practices led to the 1920 motion for non-cooperation. It was the demonstration against the British rule by non-violence. Gandhiji thought that the primary cause for the British in India to flourish is the assistance they receive from the Indians. He requested that the use of British products should be boycotted and encouraged the use of Swadeshi products. Indians refused to work for the British and retreated from British colleges, public employment, etc. People began withdrawing from the prominent articles that had a significant impact on the British government.

  8. Speech on Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti in English • Every year on October 2, Gandhi Jayanti is held to celebrate the birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi or Mahatma Gandhi as it is recognized to the general public. Mahatma Gandhi represented the wealthy and disadvantaged Indians of the British era as a wonderful freedom fighter and a mass ruler. • His reality and non-violence strategy was an immediate success that made him a global known political writer. His methods of peaceful protest included in the struggle for freedom every ordinary Indian. On June 15, 2007, the United Nations passed a resolution declaring October 2 as the International Day of Non-Violence to be celebrated. Gandhi Jayanti’s birthday is, therefore, more of a religious festival.

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